All off Natasha Schweitzer jewellery is exceptionally handcrafted using only the finest quality metals, plating and stones. We celebrate the colour variations found in our natural stones, enhancing their beauty and making them unique for the wearer.
With proper and consistent care, your jewellery will retain its beauty and character for generations. Jewellery that is regularly used typically needs less care, so Natasha Schweitzer encourages you to wear your jewellery every day.
When not in use, store your jewellery in a box such as the original packaging to avoid damage to the item. When storing your jewellery for long periods of time between wears, store each piece individually in small zip-lock bags sealed tightly, removing as much ‘still’ air as possible. This will help lessen any natural tarnishing, which can occur from sulphurs found in the air/environment (also known as oxidation).
Never wear your jewellery whilst swimming or bathing, washing up, cleaning or using chemicals, performing sports or heavy-duty activities. Always put your jewellery on last when getting ready to avoid contact with chemicals found in perfume, hair and beauty products etc. Keep all plated jewellery pieces dry at all times.
For plated jewellery please note that due to the delicate nature of gold plating, and the frequency of wear, pieces will need re-plating every so often to maintain their original appearance. Plating rubbing off or tarnishing is a natural part of wear and tear, and is not considered a manufacturing fault. Different skin acidity levels and how the product is worn and stored will influence the life of plating in our products. For solid gold or silver pieces, an annual visit to Natasha Schweitzer or your nearest jeweller for a clean and polish is recommended.
We recommend having your jewellery professionally cleaned and serviced with us at least every year to keep it in excellent condition. We offer any of our products an annual professional re-plating, polishing and cleaning service for $50. Please email email@example.com for more information on this service.
To determine your ring size, please use a string or piece of paper to complete a circle around your finger. Using a pen, mark the string or paper at the circle’s connection point. Measure the length of the string/paper from the top until the mark and compare with the table below.
Please note that in some cases the base of your finger may be smaller than your knuckle, so take this into consideration when sizing.
In doubt, we strongly recommend a visit to your local jeweller to accurately ascertain your ring size.
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